Anderson, Stewart Named Assistant Men's Basketball Coaches
Baltimore, Md.óDon Anderson and Nate Stewart have been named assistant menís basketball coaches at UMBC, Head Basketball Coach Randy Monroe announced today.
Coach Anderson is entering his 23rd year coaching at the collegiate level and he has spent the last 17 years at the Division I level in Maryland. Most recently, he served as Senior Associate Head Menís Basketball Coach at Coppin State University for the past four seasons. Prior to that, he worked for 13 seasons with the legendary Jim Phelan as Senior Assistant Menís Basketball Coach at Mt. St. Maryís College. He was responsible for nearly all aspects of the Mountaineer program and was a part of the 1995 and 1999 NCAA Tournament teams.
Anderson served as head menís basketball coach at Gettysburg (Pa.) College from 1985-89. He is a 1982 graduate of Franklin and Marshall (Pa.) College, where he was a four-year starter and scored over 1,000 points for the Diplomats. He was a part of the 1978-79 team which went to the NCAA Division III ďFinal FourĒ and he earned All Tournament teams honors.
Coach Stewart had his first full-time experience at the NCAA Division I level last year, as he was an assistant coach at Radford (Va.) University. He served as a graduate assistant coach at Marshall (W.Va.) from 2003-05, while earning his M.S. degree in Athletic Administration. The native of Christianburg, Va. was a four-year letterwinner at Roanoke (Va.) College and he averaged 7.1 rebounds per game as a starter in his senior season. He earned his B.S. degree in Health and Human Performance from Roanoke in May of 2003.